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Another great read – Antoine Laurain’s The Readers’ Room

Another quick read by Paris-based author Antoine Laurain, this one a thriller involving book, a reading prize and an unsolved crime.

What I’ve been reading: Local Girl Missing, Lupe Wong Won’t Dance and Monster and Boy

Books I have been reading lately - crime thrillers, middle grade and a chapter book.

Two different, but great books reviewed: Peter James’ Find them Dead and Jef Aerts’ The Blue Wings

A crime thriller book for adults and a great story about family for the middle grade set. To different, but great books.

Forensic scientist Rhona MacLeod looks for a victim in a potential crime scene in Time for the Dead to have their revenge..

This is the 14th book of the series. When you read it, you realize you are missing a lot, but it is still a good read.

Interviewing Canadian/Australian author Tara Moss about her latest book The War Widow, crime genre and human rights

"I’m fascinated by film noir, hard-boiled fiction and the true life stories of ordinary citizens who survived the hardships and upheaval of the mid-20th century": Tara Moss. Read my Q&A with this prolific author.

7 questions to crime thriller author Michelle Davies

London, England, author Michelle Davies' second book featuring Detective Constable (DC) Maggie Neville – Wrong Place - is now out ($16.99, PGCBooks). Davies has been a magazine contributor for more than 20 years, including working at Elle, Heat and Grazia... Continue Reading →

Michelle Davies’ fast-paced crime thriller Gone Astray will keep you guessing until the end

Michelle Davies' Gone Astray (publishing date, Oct. 20, $16.99 PGC Books, Pan MacMillan) is a page turner and with enough twists and turns that I never figured it out, or rather what I figured out, or thought I figured out,... Continue Reading →

Fast-paced beginning and end in Shari Lapena’s thriller A Stranger in the House

Shari Lapena's thriller A Stranger in the House ($24.95, Doubleday Canada,  #strangerinthehouse) pulled me right in and kept me reading for the first couple hundred pages. A Stranger in the House is about Karen and Tom Krupp, a happy couple... Continue Reading →

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